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The Other Side of the Mountain (1964) Dr. Gary Stollak presents the phenomenological perspective in abnormal psychology by interpreting a case study involving a middle-aged man's problems in coping with reality. Psychologists representing the psychoanalytic, behavioral, and social perspectives of analysis respond. Topics: Explorers, Discoveries in geography, Explorers
Liftoff to Learning’s Geography From Space episode takes students on a video tour of Earth’s surface as seen from outer space. It uses animation and computer graphics to teach the way altitude affects perspective. The episode then develops into a travelogue on some of Earth’s continents as seen from space. This episode is hosted by astronauts from STS-59. Target grade level is K-8. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, geography, STS-59
Contrasts the life of wild fish and hatchery-raised fish. Shows the stripping of eggs and sperm from adult fish by hatchery workers, the embryos, and the emergence of young fish from eggs, followed by the raising of the fish in hatchery tanks and their subsequent release into streams. Musical accompaniment, no narration SummaryCompares the life cycles of trout in a mounta./ia mok and trout protected and raised in a trout hatchery. Without narration. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Trout, Fish culture, Mountains (Geology), Mountains (Geography) Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
The Making of a Continent II: Part 1 -- Collision Course Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film SummaryContinues the epic story of the formation of North America, to the heart of the continent. Chronicles its forging by titanic mountain - building processes, its population by an enormous variety of wildlife, the changes in the land as European settlers turned 'The Great American Desert' into the most productive agricultural area on earth. Part 1 of... Topics: Series: The Making of a Continent II:, Series: The Making of a Continent (1983), Rivers, lakes and...
With film guidePresents an overall picture of Venezuela--its geography, history, natural resources, and economy. Depicts the harsh poverty-stricken life in Venezuela as well as the homes of great wealth, pointing out that the extreme contrast in wealth is due to the discovery of oil and iron ore deposits. Includes views of the modern city of Caracas SummaryPresents an overview of Venezuela's culture, economy and geography. Visits two contrasting families of Caracas, depicting the cosmopolitan... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Social conditions, Travel, History, Family, Economics, Culture, Social... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation